The smell of cologne and sweat rose from the packed rows in the Sound Transit (ST) board meeting yesterday.
Japanese television stuck to its live coverage from Miami for almost two hours after Japan defeated the United States 3-2 to win the World Baseball Classic.
Laxman Narasimhan assumed the role of chief executive officer at Starbucks this week, earlier than expected.
U.S. lawmakers grilled the CEO of TikTok over data security and harmful content Thursday, responding skeptically during a tense committee hearing to his assurances that the hugely popular video-sharing app prioritizes user safety and should not be banned.
During a family gathering one evening, I brought into the conversation the recent closure of the Seattle Chinese Post (SCP) newspaper.
President Joe Biden welcomed a high-wattage collection of singers, authors, artists and humanitarians to the White House on Tuesday to present them with medals.
We hear a fair amount about obligatory music lessons for kids, and a fair amount about parents trying to stimulate, or unlock, the intelligence of their young offspring.
A community of dignitaries attended a lunch last week to honor Seattle City Council President Debora Juarez as she announced that she will not seek re-election. Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell was in attendance to laud her accomplishments.
The Wing Luke Museum’s gala recently set a new record, raising over $700,000.
The sauces come in four varieties—Peanut, Hoisin, Vegan Fish, and Hot Chili. On their label is a picture of a Vietnamese schoolgirl with long hair riding a bicycle away into the distance.